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      Which Hall of Famer rocked their dress the best?


      Which female Hall of Famer rocked their dress the best?  

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      1. 1. Which female Hall of Famer rocked their dress the best?



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      Trish stands as the youngest inductee in WWE history.

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      So I was looking back at Jacqueline's induction into the Hall of Fame, and then that prompted me to look at most of the other female inductions. It's safe to say that the Hall of Fame is a time for its inductees to dress to the nines, and I think we can all say that the women dressed up excellently, but which woman do you think personally looked the best at their induction?

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      12 minutes ago, Charlie said:

      Trish stands as the youngest inductee in WWE history.

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      So I was looking back at Jacqueline's induction into the Hall of Fame, and then that prompted me to look at most of the other female inductions. It's safe to say that the Hall of Fame is a time for its inductees to dress to the nines, and I think we can all say that the women dressed up excellently, but which woman do you think personally looked the best at their induction?

      Brunette Trish was nice but I liked Lita's dress more :newspaper:

       

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